How No.2 Opus Place is redefining luxury living in Midtown

by Rincey Abraham

The luxury condo market in Atlanta is booming, and one of the developments that locals are keeping their eye on is No.2 Opus Place in Midtown. Expected to be the city’s tallest residential tower at 53 stories, the new building is planning to raise the bar on luxury living in Atlanta.

Raimy Ethington of CITY HAUS Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices says that No.2 Opus Place will be a great centerpiece in one of Atlanta’s most exciting neighborhoods. With a proximity to popular attractions such as Piedmont Park, the High and the BeltLine, No.2 Opus Place knows that its location is as much of a perk as the building.

“Midtown is Atlanta’s hottest district,” Ethington says. “This area has the best in dining, art and music. We’re surrounded by culture so we knew this was the spot for us.”


“We’re surrounded by culture so we knew this was the spot for us.”


The building itself is expected to turn heads as soon as residents and visitors enter the grand entryway, which leads into what is being called the “Entrance Suite,” complete with a contemporary crystal chandelier and blue-chip art collection.

When it comes to amenities, No.2 Opus Place is not holding back. The development is boasting 45,000 total square feet across three floors, featuring 24-hour concierge service, a private IMAX theater, two pools including a resort-style pool with a movie wall, private cabanas and more.

“Buyers in Atlanta are looking for superior amenities, and we are going to have the largest amenity square footage in Atlanta,” she says.

Another key component of the building is the emphasis on wellness and healthy living. The building will have a 26,000-square-foot health and wellness facility that includes a sauna and steam rooms, along with a Pilates and yoga studio. There will also be an on-site wellness director and spa attendant to assist residents.

“The phenomenal level of service that we are going to have with the wellness coach is going to be something that no other building has,” Ethington says.

She continues with saying that the whole building has this level of thoughtfulness, designed to improve the wellness of its residents and providing the best quality of life, from the services to fitness to even making the building fit LEED and WELL standards.


“Our buyers are looking for luxurious urban living and healthy living, and this building is designed for efficiency, health and wellness.”


“Our buyers are looking for luxurious urban living and healthy living, and this building is designed for efficiency, health and wellness,” Ehtington says. “People will like that it’ll be more than a pretty building.”

No.2 Opus Place is attracting all kinds of buyers, with 20 pre-construction contracts already signed. Its grand opening is currently scheduled for spring 2020.

“We have buyers from international entrepreneurs to baby boomers who are downsizing from the suburbs, as well as locals,” Ethington says. “It’s exciting to see people who never thought of living in Midtown, and now they can’t imagine living anywhere else.”